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Glove Box quattro logo removal?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by drnutta, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. drnutta

    drnutta Member

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know how to remove the quattro logo from the glovebox?
    I want to replace this as i dented it.

    Alisdair
     
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  3. MarcQuinlivan

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    it just slides towards the centre of the car. might need to insert a small screwdriver on the left hand side to get a bit of leverage.
     
  4. drnutta

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    Thanks!

    Will give it ago!

    P.S your car is looking better everytime you post :)

    You still going to lower?
     
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    thanks.

    still thinking about it. I've not done any mods duing the month of august so I have a lot of stuff in mind come next week! not sure what I'll get around to first.
     
  6. drnutta

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    Oh did you managed to figure out the way to change the big NAVI knob to the chrome version?

    Still have not a clue on how to do this.
     
  7. MarcQuinlivan

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    i had another go at it over the weekend but i think I made a balls of it.

    I was looking in ETKA and it lists the knob for the 09 A3. Might go ahead and order one and see if it is different to the one I got off eBay. Only thing is that it is £18 + VAT.
     
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    hopefully its not part no. 8p0919070A.

    As i think thats the one i have.
     
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    now you mention it that is the part number. looks like it might be back to the drawing board!
     

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